Welcome to College and County lettings agents in Oxford.

We provide a service with a difference. We are the ethical lettings agent you can trust.

Landlords

Work with the number one, award-winning, ethical and straight talking lettings agent in Oxford.

Tenants

Find the right property, in the right location, at a competitive price. No renewal fees, reasonable rates and a professional service.

Investing In Oxford

There are many property investment opportunities in Oxford. We can help with years of experience and fact-based advice.

About College and County

We are a multiple Sunday Times award-winning lettings agent in Oxford and our main focus is treating you honestly and fairly, whether you're a landlord or tenant. We believe in ethical lettings. This means no excessive renewal fees, reasonable and justifiable rates, and deposits returned in full where possible.

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Contact us to discuss your requirements or call 01865 722 722

Latest News

Catch up on Oxford lettings and property news stories.

Changes to the Housing and Planning Act April 2017

More Legislation to Impact on Landlords As of next week, the Housing and Planning Act will come into force in England. The changes will be effective as of 6th April 2017. The amendments are as ...

Friday, March 31, 2017
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60% of buy-to-lets bought mortgage free

Landlords purchasing homes for cash reaches a historic high with 60% of buy-to-lets bought mortgage free The mortgage market is constantly cited as a key indicator of economic health and having a...

Monday, February 20, 2017

Property market predictions: What to expect in 2017

Property Market Predictions: What to expect in 2017 From Buy-to-rents turned build-to-lets to housing supply not correlating with demand and prayers for a change of heart on the Stamp Duty Land ...

Thursday, January 19, 2017

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